When the lights went out, Jake had a great start and was mixing it up with the lead group of five before a red flag brought a premature stop to the eight lap race. The field re-gridded for a six lap final and when Holden went to re-fire his Honda, it wouldn’t start. The marshalls were able to push start Holden’s bike and he had to run down the field on the warm up lap. When the lights went out for the final final, Holden got a great start and drove around the outside of the field through turns two and three. Holden battled up to fourth position but was unable to match the speed of the leading three bikes down the front stretch, he would pull out of the draft in an attempt to pass only to have the front three pull away. At the finish line he was a close fourth and had gapped the pursuing field. Unbeknown to Holden, the Australian Superbike Championship also scores a Privateer Cup within the Superbike race. Holden would learn of the Privateer Cup when the ASBK officials presented him with the first place Privateer Cup trophy. Jake Holden Speaks…"I really want to thank Wayne Hepburn and the entire Woodstock Bourbon/Evolution Sports Group Honda team. They invited me over and made me feel welcome by really taking care of me both on and off the track. People keep asking me if I am coming back for any more rounds. I told them I hope so. Murph (Syndicate’s Michael Murphy) and I talked about the possibility of racing here full time next year if nothing works out in the AMA. I really enjoyed the people, the racing and the track here in Australia and I just want to keep racing next year."